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  • List of dead heat horse races


    The first triple dead heat in harness racing: Patchover, Payne Hall, and Penny Maid at Freehold Raceway (USA). This list of dead heat horse races includes wins between two or more horses, where the winner could not be determined by a photo finish. Before the 20th century, dead heat horse races could be settled by a second deciding race, unless the owners agreed to divide the prize. April 24, 1801in the King's Plate at Newmarket, between Worthy and Sorcerer, Worthy won in a deciding heat. May 15, 1828in the Epsom Derby, between Cadland and The Colonel; Cadland won in a deciding heat. June 21, 1832in the Ascot Gold Cup, between Camarine and Rowton; Camarine won in a deciding heat. September 18, 1850in the St. Leger Stakes, between Voltigeur and Russborough; Voltigeur won in a deciding heat. April 28, 1868in the 2000 Guineas, between Formosa and Moslem. May 28, 1884in the Epsom Derby, between Harvester and St. Gatien. June 13, 1900in the Coronation Stakes, between Sainte Nitouche and Winifreda. July 3, 1900in the July Stakes, between Doricles and Veles. September 27, 1910in the Dewhurst Plate at Newmarket Racecourse, between King William and Phryxus. July 5, 1926in the Carter Handicap at Aqueduct Racetrack, between Macaw and Nedana. June 10, 1944in the Carter Handicap at Aqueduct Racetrack, between Brownie, Bossuet, and Wait A Bit; the first triple dead heat in a stakes race. April 1951in the Mildmay of Flete Challenge Cup at Cheltenham Festival, between Canford and Slender. March 1953in the St James's Place Foxhunter Chase at Cheltenham Festival, between Dunboy II and Merry. October 3, 1953at Freehold Raceway, between Patchover, Payne Hall, and Penny Maid; the first triple dead heat in harness racing for a win. November 3, 1956in the Hotham Handicap at Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, between Fighting Force, Ark Royal, and Pandie Sun. July 3, 1957at Hollywood Park Racetrack, between Joe's Pleasure, Challenger Tom, and Leaful; the first triple dead-heat for a win at Hollywood Park. November 27, 1957at Roosevelt Raceway in New York, between Flaxey Dream, Great Knight and Navy Song. December 27, 1957at Westport Trotting Club, New Zealand, between Wimpy, Night Owl and Keff; the first trotting triple dead heat determined by a photo finish. October 14, 1970at Windsor Raceway, Ontario, between Arnold Gem, Banjo Phil, and Bervaldo. August 12, 1972in the Adios Stakes at The Meadows, between Jay Time and Strike Out. April, 1977in the Aintree Hurdle, between Monksfield and Night Nurse. July 6, 1980in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud, between Dunette and Shakapour. May, 1984in the Lockinge Stakes, between Cormorant Wood and Wassl January 28, 1987in the Rod Carmichael Handicap at Stony Creek Racecourse, between Fast Seal, Mr Spectre and Chesterfield; a triple dead heat. May 2, 1988at Hippodrome Trois Rivieres, between Jack Des Rivieres, Kingwood Tog and H F Elaine; the fifteenth triple dead heat for a win in harness racing history. October 14, 1988in the Dewhurst Stakes, between Prince of Dance and Scenic. August 5, 1989in the Hambletonian Stakes, between Park Avenue Joe and Probe; a court case determined the proportion of the purse awarded to each horse. 1995in the Hong Kong Champions & Chater Cup, between Makarpura Star and Survey King. December 7, 1995in Race 4 at Hollywood Park Racetrack, between Tina Celesta, Chans Pearl and Cool Miss Ann; a triple dead heat. May 12, 1996in the third race at Yakima Meadows, between Fly Like A Angel, Allihavonztheradio and Terri After Five; a triple dead heat. September 27, 1998in the Kentucky Cup Classic, between Silver Charm and Wild Rush. 2003in the Breeders' Cup Turf at Santa Anita Park, between High Chaparral and Johar. March 2004in the Dubai Duty Free Stakes at Nad Al Sheba Racecourse, between Right Approach and Paolini. September 2004in the Doncaster Cup, between Millenary and Kasthari March 2006in the Doncaster Mile Stakes, between Kandidate and Vanderlin September 30, 2007in the Fenwolf Stakes at Ascot, between Distinction and Solent March 2009 at The Meadows, between Tsm Goldenridge, Serious Damage and Teen Elvis; the 25th triple dead heat in harness racing history. May 23, 2010in the 71st Yushun Himba ("Japanese Oaks") at Tokyo Racecourse, between Apapane and Saint Emilion; the first Japanese Grade I race to result in a dead heat for the win. April 17, 2011in the Maharaja Harisinghji Trophy at Mahalaxmi Racecourse, Mumbai, between Sprint Star and Misschievous Trot; the first dead heat in a graded race in the history of Indian horse racing. July 16, 2011in the American Oaks at Hollywood Park, between Cambina and Nereid. September 10, 2011in the Irish St. Leger, between Duncan and Jukebox Jury. August 25, 2012in the Travers Stakes, between Alpha and Golden Ticket. August 31, 2013in the Atalanta Stakes, between Integral and Ladys First. April 11, 2014at Evangeline Downs, between All In The Art, Chessie Slew, and Memories Of Trina; a triple dead heat. May 31, 2014in the Grand Cup at York, between Clever Cookie and Ralston Road. October 18, 2014in the Caulfield Sprint at Caulfield Racecourse, Melbourne, between Miracles of Life and Bel Sprinter. December 19, 2015in the Ladbroke Handicap Hurdle at Ascot, between Jolly's Cracked It and Sternrubin. September 3, 2016in the Spinaway Stakes at Saratoga Racecourse, between Sweet Loretta and Pretty City Dancer. November 12, 2016in the High Sheriff of Gloucestershire's Mares' Standard Open NH Flat Race at Cheltenham Racecourse, between My Khaleesi and Irish Roe. September 22, 2018in the Ayr Gold Cup, between Baron Bolt and Son of Rest.

  • Gotham Stakes


    The Gotham Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race for three-year-old horses run in early March at Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens, New York. A Grade III event with a current purse of $400,000, it is set at a distance of one and one-sixteenth miles on the dirt. The race is named for New York City which in years past was often dubbed Gotham City. The Gotham Stakes is the final local prep to the Wood Memorial Stakes and an official prep race for the Kentucky Derby. A number of Derby winners have competed in this race including U.S. Triple Crown winner, Secretariat. The event was inaugurated in 1953 at Jamaica Racetrack but following the facility's closure was moved to Aqueduct Racetrack for the 1960 season. In 1958, the race was restricted to horses four years of age and older. Since inception it has been competed at various distances: miles (8.5 furlongs) : 1953–1959, 1977, 1979, 2006 to present 1 mile : 1960–1976, 1978, 1980–2002, 2004–2005 1 mile, 70 yards : 1984, 2003The race was run in two divisions in 1953, 1974, 1975, and 1983.

  • Aqueduct Racetrack


    Aqueduct Racetrack is a Thoroughbred horse-racing facility and racino in the South Ozone Park and Jamaica neighborhoods of Queens, New York City. Its racing meets are usually from late October/early November through April. The racetrack is located adjacent to a casino called Resorts World New York City.

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